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Old 06-13-2018, 04:00 AM   #1
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Gas seepage

I have a 03 Mountian Aire and noticred seepage from around one of the straps. The tank looks to be in shape. Any repair advice or place to buy a new tank. Thanks Racecork 9
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I have a 03 Mountian Aire and noticred seepage from around one of the straps. The tank looks to be in shape. Any repair advice or place to buy a new tank. Thanks Racecork 9
Workhorse or Ford? Tank possibly rusting through under the strap. Is it dripping or just damp? Can you actually smell gasoline at the site?
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The gas coach rubber hose have been known to dry out and need replacement, replace the strap and see if it stops leak.
Workhorse information.
You need to put more information in your CP index top left of page.
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